New England's Prospect: 1933

By James Truslow Adams; Henry S. Graves et al. | Go to book overview

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY

SPECIAL PUBLICATION NO. 16

EDITED BY JOHN K. WRIGHT


NEW ENGLAND'S PROSPECT: 1933

BY

James Truslow Adams, Henry S. Graves, Edward A. Filene, William J. Cunningham, Roy M. Cushman, E. F. Gerish, Orren Chalmer Hormell , R. J. McFall, Lewis Radcliffe , E. W. Morehouse, John S. Keir, Charles E. Artman, William Roger Greeley, I. G. Davis, John F. Sly, H. C. Woodworth, R. T. Fisher, J. L. Hypes, Fred Rogers Fairchild , Gerald A. Fitzgerald, Frederick V. Waugh , Derwent Whittlesey, Alexander E. Cance , Henry F. Perkins, Arthur W. Dean , G. B. Roorbach, and John K. Wright

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY

BROADWAY AT 156TH STREET

NEW YORK

1933

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • The Historical Background 1
  • Persistence of New England Localism 13
  • Regions and Landscapes of New England1 14
  • Notes 44
  • New England's Industrial Prospects 50
  • Notes 61
  • Additional Note 61
  • Unemployment in New England Some Fundamental Factors 65
  • Notes 95
  • New England and the Northeast A Statistical Comparison 96
  • Notes 102
  • The Food Supply of New England1 103
  • Notes 115
  • Agricultural Production In New England Natural and Social Background 118
  • Notes 136
  • Agricultural Production In New England - Present Conditions and Major Problems1 137
  • Notes 164
  • The Marketing of New England's Farm Products: Demand Factors 168
  • Notes 176
  • The Yankee Community in Rural New England 178
  • Recent Immigrant Stocks In New England Agriculture1 189
  • Notes 203
  • The Comprehensive Survey Of Rural Vermont 206
  • References 212
  • New England Forests: Biological Factors1 213
  • Notes 222
  • Forest Economics and Policy In New England 224
  • Conclusions 234
  • Notes 235
  • Taxation of Forests and Farm Woodlots In New England 237
  • Notes 245
  • The Fisheries of New England - Production and Administration 247
  • Notes 259
  • The Fisheries of New England 261
  • Notes 276
  • Notes 302
  • Governmental Control of Power Utilities in the New England States 307
  • Notes 320
  • New England's Manufactures1 322
  • Notes 341
  • The Railroads of New. England 344
  • Notes 360
  • The Highways of New England 362
  • Notes 371
  • The Importance of Foreign Trade To New England. 372
  • Notes 389
  • The Trading Areas of New England 393
  • Notes 403
  • Regional and City Planning In New England1 405
  • Notes 412
  • State and Local Government In New England 415
  • Notes 426
  • Social Service in Boston 431
  • References 445
  • Coast Land and Interior Mountain Valley A Geographical Study of Two Typical Localities In Northern New England 446
  • The Changing Geography Of New England 459
  • Small-Scale Topography 474
  • Biographical Notes Concerning the Authors 476
  • Index 483
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